The fun video features four cartoon animals. They hook up online to create some funky music tune together. Probably, that is the future of creativity. Instead of sending musical ideas to each other, musician will be able to get together and figure it out online.
The spot explores Nexus capabilities by asking any kind of questions. From curious investigations about Earth, Mars and other planets, to practical matters like finding a place or a recipe, to ridiculous attempts of writing a poem – Google Nexus will help you. Ask anything.
The teamed up companies announced of a Chromebook from Samsung this week. The computers are “for everyone”, therefore the ad demonstrates it literally: it is not only for those, who work at home or touch a computer for the first time, but for babies and pets, as well. The exciting gadget will cost $249 and its creators are convinced it will become a mainstream good.
The web video features Dallas Clayton. One day he decided to make a book for his little son. He browsed Google about how to make it. After he wrote, illustrated and bound the book, Dallas put it on the internet for free. It turned out to be web success. Publishers have approached him very soon and now he is traveling around the world, meets kids and promotes his little creation.